Beautiful jewelry designer Aurélie Bidermann loved spending her Valentine’s Day at Capitol in Charlotte.

It’s no secret that I adore this store. Owner Laura Vinroot Poole has created a shopping experience celebrated around the world. Designers fully appreciate what Laura has created to showcase their talents and meet clients who are captivated by their creativity and design. They are happy to travel from afar to visit this chic boutique.

I have loved Aurélie Biderman jewelry for a long time. Her creations have been worn by Beyoncé, Celine Dion, Naomi Watts (all pictured below) and many other stars in addition to those recognized by just their first names.

Aurélie grew up and resides in Paris, a city known for exquisite jewelry. Her designs are also influenced by her travels, from an early age, to South America and the Pacific Isles. Her love of nature….birds, animals, vibrant botanicals…inspire her designs. Her jewelry makes us aware she is a joyful, spontaneous, exuberant woman doing what she loves.

Aurélie says that her mother was a collector of costume and fine jewelry, which taught her how personal and meaningful jewelry can be. She still has a charm that her grandmother gave her when she was 6 years old.

She designs pieces with the same love and enthusiasm, whether they are made with braided, silky fabric or precious gems. For that reason, her jewelry can be collected and enjoyed by all. I treasure the pieces that I own whether costume or fine. I like to mix them and Aurélie encourages that by designing them to complement each other by wearing costume and fine together.

In the photo above, I’m enjoying a beautiful 18K gold medallion necklace with gemstones. On my wrist I’m wearing a gold bangle woven with cotton threads along with a vintage lace cuff with diamonds.

Aurélie’s collections contain so many beautiful, fascinating pieces. These earrings and necklace are made of genuine swan feathers dipped in 18K gold.

You can find these and many other gorgeous pieces, both costume and fine jewelry, at and at

Tell Me: What’s your favorite item of jewelry?